BEST WESTERN PLUS Salinas Valley Inn & Suites
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... we spend most of our nights in the room, writing these blogs, making videos, doing expenses and most importantly saving money! There were a few pubs and bars on Cannery Row to pick from but we ended up going to a Billiards Room, a couple of floors above the shops, for a couple of quiet beers and a few games of pool. We met a really nice American guy who was pretty much doing the exact same trip as us down the west coast and of course a couple of Aussies were ...
... were taken via stealth missions.
That guy getting a leg up on all of us:
posing with a petrified log.
That woman taking landscape photographs with her iPad.
Those families who dress alike.
I'm talking different sizes of the exact same clothes.
That guy who thinks ...
... but quote the coming-of-age novel, Perks of Being a Wallflower, "...and in that moment, I swear we were infinite". Simply breathtaking.
As it was getting dark and about to rain, we turned back around halfway through our drive. With absolutely no connection out there, we didn't want to risk getting lost at night. Goodness knows what we missed for the rest of the 17-Mile Drive. We stopped at Cannery Row on the way back to ...
... from him he barked at us then slid off the dock and swam away. I didn't get many photos with my iPad the whales were a bit far away. After lunch we went to a mirror and maze place I went through a maze that was made of mirrors and played a game where I had to go through laser beams without touching them. It was fun! Dad and I played arcade games too. I am having lots of fun but missing all of my friends. We leave on Highway1 tomorrow to go to a place called ...
... husband's card (Chuck) and told us to tell them at the gate that we were meeting her there. Pebble Beach is a gated community and for the plebs like us it is a $10 entry fee. Pebble Beach is renowned for the golf course, which one of the US open tournaments is played on. It is absolutely spectacular scenery, quite wild and windswept, and only for the rich and famous.
We continued on to San Rafael, via the Richmond Bridge (absolutely massive) and got to our hotel ...